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English Premier League Clubs Battle for Senegal’s Diagne Valued at 20m Euros

English Premier League clamor to sign Mbaye Diagne.

Yhe English Premier League looks to be Mbaye Diagne’s preferred destination but which club will secure the red-hot striker’s services remains the puzzle.
The former Juventus goal-getter is on the radar of teams following his ground breaking displays in the Turkish Super Lig, emergingeas the championship’s top scorer.
Diagne has notched an impressive 20 goals in 17 cameos, almost single-handedly overseeing Kasimpasas’ meteoric rise from a contended mid-table occupants to second-place in the current campaign.
Newcastle United, as of last week, were among the front runners among a plethora of clubs on the striker’s trail but appear to have been upstaged with the mention of Everton being in the fray.
Fulham, Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham United are reported to be monitoring the developments.
Kamsimpasa are holding out for €20m from the initial €5m valuation of the former SK Lierse, a sudden scale in price sparked by the involvement of EPL moneybags, according to Tuttorsport.
The Super Lig side had a €15m bid for the Senegalese rejected.
Being one of the sought-after goal-machines in Europe, reports emerging from Dakar claim Real Betis and Sevilla are preparing to test chairman Hasan Hilmi’s resolve with a bid.
Mbaye, shunned in coach Aliou Cisse’s World Cup squad, joined Kasimpasa on a free transfer January last year from Tianjin TEDA in the Chinese Super League.
With a career that has taken a journeyman curve, the four-time capped Senegal international began plying his trade in Italy’s lower echelons leading to his signing by Juventus in 2013. Juventus later loaned him to Ajaccio in the French Ligue1 prior to his switch to SK Lierse in Belgium, then to Saudi’s Al –Shabab.
Spells in Hungary and China soon followed before he moved to Turkey with Kasimpasa where he has metamorphosed in to the in-demand forward he is today.

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